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Monday, October 17, 2011

MODERN MONDAY BLOCK - FOUR

It’s Modern Monday Block from Forty Two Quilts.  Above is block number three.  I love the wonky look of the traditional Churn Dash block.
These are the four blocks together.   My friend Lynn at Alamosa Quilter  is also participating in this quilt-along.  Take a look at her blocks as she is using some really beautiful fabrics.  It’s fun to see how the blocks look with different fabrics and techniques. 

Don’t Forget:  Friday, October 21, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. is Boo Night at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  You’ll want to come dressed in your Halloween costume, take advantage of the sales, and participate in the Make It and Take It.  REMEMBER:  You must wear a costume to get the discounts!  I can’t wait to take pictures of this fun-filled evening.

American Quilting has a great tutorial for sewing stars.  Check it out!

Stay calm! Stay kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

5 comments:

Superior Threads said...

What fun blocks. It sounds like your friends are having a great time.

Ricci

Lynn said...

My blocks are now up. Yours are looking so good. We are going to make a piecer out of you yet!

Sue said...

I love this one. I too, really love this wonky look to this block.

Allie said...

I like this one a lot Caroll, they're looking great together!

Mama Pea said...

LOVE your churndash! Correction: LOVE all your blocks! And they look great together. Your fabric choices are spectacular.

Quilting Teachers at the shop.

Quilting Teachers at the shop.
Chris, Marilyn, Jill, Lee Anne, Sue, Vickie

Quilts For Wheels

Quilts For Wheels
Many thanks and much appreciation goes to the women who work diligently each month to make quilts for those in wheel chairs. Kudos go to: Yvonne, Mary T., Fran, Joan, Mary Ellen, Barb, Lee Ann, Nancy, Mary.

Quilting for Kids With Cancer

Quilting for Kids With Cancer
Generosity has no bounds. Above are the women in the Quilts For Kids group at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. Left to right, Henrietta, Phyllis, Nancy, Carol, Karen. These women donate their time, fabric, money once a month to make quilts for kids who have cancer.